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PROGRAM:

NAME


lav2mpeg - easy conversion of lav files to mpeg

SYNOPSIS


lav2mpeg [ options ] lavfile1 [lavfile2 ... lavfileN]

DESCRIPTION


lav2mpeg is a shell script to ease the use of the mjpeg utilities, providing a convenient
way to convert from MJPEG files to popular MPEG file formats. It supports output in VCD,
medium and high rate VCD, SVCD, high rate SVCD, and generic mpeg1 and mpeg2

The input files may be any combination of AVI (.avi), Quicktime (.qt) or editlist files so
long as they are all lavtools- readable (e.g. MJPEG-encoded AVI/Quicktime or DV type 2
AVI).

OPTIONS


-s/S Turn stereo off/on (default auto)

-k/K Turn keeping of raw files off/on (default off)

-f/F Turn use of fifos off/on (default off)

-l/L Turn logging of entire process off/on (default off)

-n/N Turn "noisy logging" off/on (default off)

-y/Y Turn use of yuvdenoise off/on (default off)

-m one of MODES (see below) (default vcd)

-e encoding quality : 0, 1, or 2 (default 2)

-o output file ( defaults to firstInputFileName.mpg )

-b video bitrate in kbps ( only used when -o is "mpeg1" or "mpeg2" )

-a audio bitrate in kpbs ( only used when -o is not "vcd*" )

-q quality for mpeg2enc ( only used when -o is "mpeg1" or "mpeg2" )

-d dimensions XxY ( only used when -o is "mpeg1" or "mpeg2" ) defaults to same
as input

MODES


vcd -- standard VCD (352x240 or 352x288)

vcd_medium -- 1550kbps video VCD (352x240 or 352x288)

vcd_high -- 1800kbps video VCD (352x240 or 352x288)

svcd -- standard SVCD (480x480 or 480x576)

svcd_high -- 3000kbps(max) vbr @qual=5 (480x480 or 480x576)

mpeg1 -- honor -a -b -q -d flags default resolution same as input

mpeg2 -- honor -a -b -q -d flags default resolution same as input

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